Hamzah Tariq Jamil and Mashal Khan Come together for See Prime Short Film – ‘Bridge’

Hamzah Tariq Jamil and Mashal Khan Come together for See Prime Short Film – ‘Bridge’

See Prime, the digital entertainment platform recently launched by SEEME Productions has released a new short film ‘Bridge’ on its YouTube channel, starring the rising star Hamzah Tariq Jamil and multitalented Mashal Khan in the lead roles.

Executive Producer Seemeen Naveed, the See Prime original short film is written by Mansoor Saeed. The film has been directed by Murtaza Chaudhry, who was also the director of Hamzah Tariq Jamil’s 2019 musical series ‘Meray Dost Meray Yaar’.

‘Bridge’ features the unique story of a girl and a boy who run into each other in the most unusual of circumstances. Mashal Khan stars as the girl who is standing on the edge of the bridge, about to jump off when Hamzah Tariq Jamil arrives – a total stranger who approaches this girl to talk to her. ‘Bridge’ is a tragicomedy – an enticing narration of how life might throw you a curveball any moment, and to be prepared to face the unexpected.

 ‘Bridge’ is now available to view on See Prime’s YouTube channel. https://youtu.be/cByE1pI0oKk

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About Hamzah Tariq Jamil

An aspiring young actor and singer, Hamzah Tariq Jamil, is the lead vocalist of the band “Neon” who rose to fame with Pepsi Battle of the Bands. The budding actor stepped into the world of acting and has managed to carve a niche for himself in the entertainment industry starring in multiple short films, web series like ‘Meray Dost Meray Yaar’, and performing theatre.

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